Angels Landing

Climate Recreation Hydrology


Angels Landing is a prominent and iconic mountain peak located in the Intermountain West mountain range. Standing at an elevation of approximately 1,488 meters, it offers breathtaking views of the surrounding landscape. The mountain is known for its challenging and exhilarating hiking trail that attracts adventure enthusiasts from all over the world.

During the winter season, Angels Landing experiences varying snowpack levels, which can greatly influence the difficulty and safety of the hike. It is advisable for visitors to check local weather conditions and consult with park officials before attempting the ascent during this time. The mountain's snowpack can range from light dustings to heavy accumulations, making proper gear and precautions essential.

Angels Landing is not directly associated with any specific creeks or rivers, as it is primarily a standalone peak. However, nearby water bodies such as the Virgin River may receive runoff from the mountain during periods of snow melt or heavy rainfall.

The name "Angels Landing" is said to have been coined by Frederick Fisher, a Methodist minister who was part of a group exploring the area in the late 19th century. Legend has it that Fisher was so moved by the awe-inspiring views from the peak that he declared it must be a place where angels land. Over time, the name stuck, and Angels Landing has become a renowned destination for both hikers and nature lovers alike.

June 22, 2024

°F

°F

mph

Windspeed

%

Humidity

Explore the Interactive Map

View recreational hotspots like fishing, camping, and parks, alongside climate-related data such as river levels, snowpack, and weather forecasts. Enjoy 3D mapping for an immersive experience, and switch to satellite view for a detailed look at your favorite spots. Simply click, explore, and discover nature like never before!

5-Day Weather Forecast

16-Day Weather Forecast

Nearby Streamgauges

50

Cubic Feet Per Second

68

Cubic Feet Per Second

3

Cubic Feet Per Second

51

Cubic Feet Per Second

Popular Camping Destinations

Camping Area Campsites Reservations Toilets Showers Elevation
Te - Ah 41 9,189 ft
Navajo Lake 15 9,107 ft
Watchman - Zion National Park 170 3,918 ft
Coral Pink Sand Dunes State Park Numerous 5,920 ft
Lava Point - Zion National Park 6 7,811 ft
Cedar Canyon 18 8,444 ft
Point Supreme - Cedar Breaks National Monument 30 10,280 ft
South - Zion National Park 180 3,962 ft